The learning materials are aimed at KS2, and activities can be
simplified or extended for higher and lower levels. Here are some of the lesson
- Geography - assess resources, contrast daily issues for people in Malawi; or investigate conservation and tourism potential.
- Communication and empathy skills - write diary entries based on Isaac's story and pictures; or conduct an interview with our nurse in charge.
We are inviting teachers to use the activities in class, or create
their own lesson plans with the information, and join in with fundraising to
give children in Malawi a good start to school.
It costs just £12 to give a child in Malawi one year of nursery school.
Our short film below shows our nursery schools in action. School groups really
can make a positive difference.
Ready made activities, stories and information make it easy to engage a class with life in Malawi.Get your pack now!
A good start to school
Would you like to make a positive difference?
Over half the children in Malawi are affected by malnutrition and won’t
finish primary school.
Our nursery schools give nutritious meals and a good start to school. A
safe place for young children means their older sisters can go to school too
instead of helping at home.
Giving a child good nutrition and schooling can change their health and opportunities
It costs just £12 to give a child a whole year of nursery school. You can sponsor food and teachers, while community volunteers help to cook and keep costs low.
Let's see how many children you can give a good start to school!
See how nurseries help
Watch how children get a good start to school
Resource for teachers enquiry
Join in today to inspire learning
and raise support!